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human

noun being, body, character, human being, individual, living soul, man, member of the human race, one, particular one, party, person, woman
Associated concepts: human rights law, United NationsDeclaration of Human Rights
See also: bodily, character, person, physical
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He called on the international community and the religious authorities for serious work to contain the crisis humanly and politically, adding that unemployment, poverty, and displacement, death and destruction are almost everywhere.
As a result, Understanding Islam is as unbiased as humanly possible in its straightforward presentation.
In future episodes, Jackie lands an interview with a hot filmmaker who proves to be a nebbishy neurotic and discovers a potential boyfriend has stolen her idea for a movie, only to find that the producers are hellbent to dumb the idea down as much as humanly possible.
If humanly possible you should come into London the night before.
As a result of his efforts during an almost 14-year tenure, the field of environmental health has matured and expanded to become one of the most comprehensive and humanly relevant disciplines in science.
The colloquialism was intended in the context that Rickenbacker and his companions stranded at sea would surely have perished except for two important factors: They did everything humanly possible to help themselves; and God (they firmly believed) performed the miracle by doing what they could not do for themselves.
The obligatory formal acknowledgment of the one state and the one church left plenty of room for moral maneuver in most of the realms that matter humanly.
Both of these positions, though in the realm of the humanly possible, weren't in the realm of the politically probable.
Because the existing globalization is humanly constructed, it is transformable through human efforts.
Finding both enemies and allies in his two worlds, this brave and resourceful yet humanly fragile boy experiences all that the vivid imaginations of Straub and King can conjure up.
A cinematic paradox, Kandahar examines a desperate, humanly unacceptable situation in a deeply moving, breathtakingly beautiful fashion.
Like Brecht's Erst kommt das Fressen ("Grub comes first"), Immendorff's injunction analogizing paintings and potatoes signaled a determination to make art that was humanly useful in some basic way.